No-Nonsense Transit in Rhode Island
Feb 13, 2018

This summer, the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) and the City of Providence will launch the Downtown Transit Connector. Read More

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Affordable Housing: A Next Frontier for Transit?

In growing recognition that the benefits of transit access often don’t accrue to low-income riders, two agencies are testing strategies to encourage affordable development near transit.

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Ride New Orleans: Setting the Transit Agenda

Since Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, the city’s transit recovery has been sluggish and asymmetrical.

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Lessons on Ridership, from the National Literature

Transit and elected officials experiencing ridership losses in recent years need to better understand what’s causing those declines before they can reverse them.

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Is it Rigged?

The issue of why New York pays construction costs that may be several times those of comparable systems is not going away.

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Come Work With Us!

TransitCenter is hiring an Advocacy and Communications Associate!

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Five 2018 Wins for Andy B!

Next week, Andy Byford begins what is today one of the most difficult jobs in the world – turning around New York City’s faltering transit system.

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Everett Bus Lane: The Little Pop-Up That Could

It’s been just over a year since Everett launched its peak-hour bus lane on Broadway, the first one in the Boston area. We sat down with Everett’s Transportation Planner Jay Monty to learn more about how his small city took the lead on transit.

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Congestion Pricing in New York Will Depend on More and Better Transit

Expectation is mounting that Governor Cuomo will announce his plan for NYC congestion pricing in next week’s State of the State speech.

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